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Lord of the Rings Series News Heating Up

Lord of the Rings Amazon Series article on TFN

Even though Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series isn’t due to stream across TV screens until this time next year (September-October 2022, at the current estimate), that’s not to say things are staying hush-hush. Tolkien fans can get plenty of cool, fun, and even bizarre updates from behind-the-scenes these days. Here are some of our favorites: Howard Shore and Bear McCreary ...

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Creative Freedom: A Take on the Ayer’s Cut of Suicide Squad

Guest post written by @filmschoolrooki — find them on Twitter. Wanted to share my thoughts on the unreleased Ayer Cut of The Suicide Squad, but first a little about me. As an indie filmmaker on my local scene and what we call the DMV (short for D.C., Maryland & Virginia), I had my creative baptism. Since 2014 I was introduced ...

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Loki: The Superhero We Need

***Spoiler zone ahead: Read on at your own risk.*** So… watching Loki, anyone? We’re kidding. We know you are. Marvel/Disney’s new Loki series is generating tons of discussion. And we at TFN love ourselves some Tom Hiddleston, so we’ll join in with a look at how the series is tackling gender, masculinity, leadership…and what maybe we really want from our superheroes ...

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ElfQuest Audio Movie Kickstarter Launches!

ElfQuest Audio Movie Kickstarter is live on The Fantasy Network News

It’s here! The ElfQuest Audio Movie Kickstarter campaign has launched, with some incredible, exclusive perks and rewards for fans of this well-loved story. The story of Cutter, chief of the Wolfrider tribe of elves, and his quest to find others of their own kind on the world of Two Moons, Elfquest was first published in 1978 by creators Wendy and ...

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Introducing—New Universe Pages for Indie Fans on TFN!

The Gamers Universe page launching on The Fantasy Network

Explore more of the world of THE GAMERS and other indie SFF web shows with TFN’s new Universe pages! READ ON… Now there are even more ways than ever to support indie sci-fi and fantasy filmmakers. The Fantasy Network is launching brand-new UNIVERSE pages for our most popular web series to give you even greater access to all the things ...

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Star Wars: Rogue Squadron – Check Out the Official Teaser Trailer

Star Wars Rogue Squadron Patty Jenkins - on The Fantasy Network News

Ready for a new Star Wars film? One that doesn’t have Skywalkers in it? Disney’s Rogue Squadron, helmed by Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, is slated for 2023. And it looks promising as a way to refresh the film franchise after some notorious prequel and sequel missteps. The future has been uncertain for the Star Wars franchise ever since its fandom split down ...

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Join Others to Talk Tolkien This February 2021

Tolkien Society Seminar 2021 - The Fantasy Network News

Love talking about Tolkien? Can’t geek out enough about Lord of the Rings…and what it means to people today? We’ve got just the thing to hook you up with the fix you need—The Tolkien Society’s first seminar of 2021, “Twenty-first Century Receptions of Tolkien.” Since the turn of the millennium, the list of published work by Tolkien has substantially expanded. And ...

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Brent Spiner Spoofs Himself in Hilarious Video

Brentwood with Brent Spiner, short film on The Fantasy Network News

“Here it comes… You want me to do a Comic Con.” As it turns out, the answer’s no. But Brent Spiner’s willingness to channel a little bit of Bill Shatner as he grapples with trying to get past his Star Trek: TNG role is a lot of fun. The new short on YouTube, BRENTWOOD, features Brent Spiner in a jealousy-induced ...

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House of the Dragon Is Coming: What We Know about the Game of Thrones Prequel

Before winter came dragons. And before everyone’s favorite blonde Daenerys started raining fire on the world, a whole host of Targaryns flew high in the skies of Westeros. So, when the multiple Emmy award-winning—and highly profitable—Game of Thrones series came to an end, it’s not surprising that HBO wanted to figure out a way to keep the success going. The ...

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